Hair Bow Logo Ideas:
The pink bow is delicate and childlike, and reminiscent of the lightness of a butterfly fluttering among flowers. The feeling of carefreeness is underpinned by the light footedness of the Baloo Bhai 2 font. The rounded edges of the icon and the lettering further reflect a sense of joy.
The black and beige logo is an excellent fit for a more serious and mature hair bow business. The formal bow in the icon, supported by the leaves, are indicative of knowledge, making it ideal for a more professional clientele. The Baloo Bhai 2 font reflects the playfulness of hair bows.
The ash brown color scheme of this logo makes it earthy, adding warmth and neutrality to the design. The bow can be dressed up or down for a formal or casual look. The DM Serif Regular font underpins the delicacy and fine detail of the bow and will look great in super size.
This chirpy logo is both youthful and playful. These traits reflect the characteristics of hair bows and are substantiated by the pink and navy color scheme, which is both serious and playful. The bird icon is modern with a hint of old-style, which is supported by the hybrid Sura typeface.
Sparkles in a logo design portray excitement and admiration. Along with the green color of the icon, it evokes a youthfulness underpinned by the Elsie Swash Caps typeface, designed as a celebration of women, glamour, and fashion. The softness of the typeface accentuates the bow's delicate lines.
The circular logo is welcoming, carefree, and confident — traits reinforced by the navy blue color scheme. Navy blue adds effortless elegance to the logo, which is supported by the flowing lines of the hair in the icon and the curved lines of the Baloo Bhai 2 Semibold font.
The baby blue lotus flower in this logo symbolizes clear skies and represents purity, enlightenment, and self-regeneration. The old-style Cardo typeface resembles the classic, glamorous lifestyle of the 1940s, when hair bows were especially popular. The four dots add balance to the logo.
If your products and business are focused on babies and little girls, then this pink elephant icon is an excellent choice as little kids will remember it. The fine lines of the DM Serif typeface and the baby pink and white color of the icon add to the delicateness of this logo.
The perfect contrast of this logo makes it ideal for both the children's and adult markets. While the light blue and pink bow icon is childlike, the navy blue lettering adds maturity to the logo. The delicacy of the bow is underpinned by the delicate lines of the DM Serif typeface.
Hair bows are not only for babies and little girls, and if you are selling to confident, professional women, this is a great logo. In contrast to the icon, the thick and rounded Kodchasan typeface, inspired by teenage handwriting, makes this logo more appealing to younger clients.
Brown is a natural color, bringing calmness and tranquility to this design. The delicate white lines are indicative of new beginnings. The rugged edges of the icon are modern, which is a contrast to the Cinzel Decorative typeface with its classic Roman-inspired lines and style.
The light yellow bow is reminiscent of a bow tie, which, despite the color, brings a formality to the design. This is further brought to the fore by the earthy tones of the brand name. The pink sparkles and the color choice of the icon bring a sense of play and enjoyment to the design.
The prominent use of blue in this logo speaks of integrity and trust. The lighter shade of blue adds a child-like charm, while the darker shade portrays professionalism. The subtle pink accents and white line work give the design a softer edge, contrasted by the geometrical Poppins typeface.
Black is the color of nobility and elegance, and when used as a background with an earthy beige color, conveys a sense of luxury and authority. The Elsie Swash typeface, inspired by feminine energy, adds a softness to the logo, which is complemented by the stripes in the bow.
Yellow is known as a bold and cheerful color. Combined with the softness of the pink, it conveys optimism and confidence, while the brown brand name grounds the logo and adds subtle sophistication. The capitalized Rosarivo typeface adds a sense of luxury and elegance to the design.
How can I design my own hair bow business logo?
You can use a logo design site like Zarla to create a logo for your hair bow business. It allows you to create and preview hundreds of brandable logo designs. You can choose different color schemes, icons, and typefaces to create the perfect logo and download it for free.
What are some cute hair bow business names?
- The Hair Bow Company.
- Cheer Bows.
- Bombee Bows.
- Ribbons and Bows Oh My!
- Beautiful Bows Boutique.
- Jennifer's Goodies Galore.
- Southern Belles Like Big Bows.
How do you come up with a catchy logo for your hair bow business?
- Think of some keywords associated with the hair bows you want to sell.
- Choose a style that suits your target market.
- Consider the colors you use carefully to send the correct brand message.
- Choose an icon that represents the hair bows you sell.
- Use a design site like Zarla or a graphic designer to create a logo.
- Ask friends, family, and potential clients for input.
Where can I download free hair bow logos?
You can create, edit, and download free hair bow logos with Zarla by clicking "Edit" on one of the examples above, or by going to our homepage.